New bands added to Indietracks line-up

Former Pipettes chanteuse Rose Elinor Dougall has been added to the line-up for this year’s Indietracks.

The singer is one of six new acts – other bands recently added to the Indietracks line-up from around the world include Cats on Fire (Finland), Sucrette (Japan), Modular (Argentina), Labrador (Denmark) and The Specific Heats (USA).

Indietracks is this year headlined by Camera Obscura, Emmy the Great and Au Revoir Simone, with the final headline act due to be announced shortly. They will be joined by hotly-tipped Butcher Boy, scuzzy guitar-lovers The Manhattan Love Suicides and sophisticated popsters Help Stamp Out Loneliness. Other bands playing Indietracks include BMX Bandits, Lucky Soul, Frank and Walters and The School.
The schedule for the festival has also just been announced. Single, Rose Elinor Dougall and Au Revoir Simone will play on Friday evening. The following bands will play on Saturday and Sunday:

Saturday

Camera Obscura, Emmy the Great, Wake the President, La Casa Azul, Cats on Fire, Kevin McGrother, Manhattan Love Suicides, Fitness Forever, Butcher Boy, Alaska, King of Cats, Speedmarket Avenue, Mighty Mighty, The Lovely Eggs, Poppy & Friends, One Happy Island, Pete Green and the Corporate Juggernaut, Sucrette, Friends, Labrador, The Frank and Walters, Little My, Ray Rumours and The No-Ideas, Modular, Downdime and The Rocky Nest.

Sunday
Gordon McIntyre, MJ Hibbett, BMX Bandits, Disasteradio, Le Man Avec Les Lunettes, Roy Moller, Nick Garrie, Zipper, Ste McCabe, Moustache of Insanity, Pocketbooks, Hong Kong in the 60s, Cola Jet Set, The Smittens, Loyal Trooper, Countryside, Let’s Whisper, Lucky Soul, Northern Portrait, The Specific Heats, Tender Trap, Help Stamp Out Loneliness, The Marshmallow Kisses, The School, Eux Autres, Bonne Idee and The Understudies.

Weekend tickets cost £55, day tickets cost £30 and both are available to buy from Ticketweb or by calling the railway direct on 01773 747 674. Remember, buying the tickets direct from the railway ensures that more money goes towards the festival.


Look forward to seeing you there!

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